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Serving Our Clients

4 and Communities


Our clients often include individuals and organizations
that not only focus on the business objectives of their
4 projects, but also on how those projects may impact
the environment and positively contribute to their
communities. In this issue, you will fi nd CEC collaborating
4 with nationally recognized experts on a high-performing
sustainable site for a cultural institution, working with
educators to develop an outdoor curriculum for high school
students, and remediating a legacy industrial site to safe
standards for future use. When consistent with our clients’
project objectives, CEC is able to incorporate solutions and
designs that enhance the economic and environmental
1 UP FOR THE CHALLENGE
Phipps Zeros In on Sustainability health of the communities in which we reside.
3 A DRAMATIC DIFFERENC E
New Life for a Historic Mining Site
4 S P OTLIGHT
Interview with Ryan Slack
4 LIFE IS BUT A ST REAM
Science for the Real World
4 IN THE NEW S Kenneth R. Miller, P.E.
NSF Grant Awarded President and CEO










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